The Chadwick High School is committed to the creation of teaching and learning environments where the learning and social and personal needs of young people are adequately addressed. We aim to empower pupils to achieve in an atmosphere of safety and mutual respect. By removing barriers to learning that have been entrenched in former educational settings we work to support transfers back to mainstream schools, further education, employment or training. Everyone is expected to behave in a reasonable way, to accept responsibility for their behaviour and to encourage others to do the same. It is acknowledged that behaviour and good discipline is a whole school responsibility.

To read our full Behaviour Policy click here.


By visiting OFSTED, parents / carers can view our latest OFSTED reports as well as historic reports.
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At Chadwick, we seek to provide opportunities for all our students to develop resilience and positive mental health.
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We’ve provided links to a number of external resources that can help both KS3 and KS4 pupils with revision.
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The purpose of our policies is to provide a simple, practical framework for staff, learners and parents / carers.
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